Qudian seals US IPO above guidance to net $900m

Chinese micro-lender Qudian has bagged $900m from its US listing, after robust demand allowed it to price the stock above the initial range, according to a banker close to the deal.

  • By Jonathan Breen
  • 18 Oct 2017


The company's IPO was opened for orders on October 4 and was wrapped up on Tuesday. The float comprised 37.5m American Depository Shares, equal to 329.9m ordinary shares, of which 35.62m ADSs were primary and 1.87m secondary. 

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